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Sidney W. Pink
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Alien creatures kill a mutated alien creature in the California desert. Its remains, and the high-tech laser gun and power source accidentally left behind, are found by an ostracized teenager. However, the power source causes the teenager to mutate too, and he goes on a murderous rampage. Written by
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In the 1980s a sequel to this film, tentatively titled "Laserblast 2" was announced by Charles Band Productions. Through the years, the film was variously described as in development and/or partially or fully completed. In the early nineties, an ad appeared in Variety magazine offering full sale of the rights to the film, but it is unclear if they were purchased. The film, if indeed completed, has never been seen. See more »
The boom mic dips into frame when the Sheriff calls Deputies Unger and Jeep into the office. See more »
"Cragar" is misspelled as "Crager" in the appreciation section. See more »
Laserblast (1978) was one of my childhood favorites. I saw a lot of these movies on a small black and white t.v. later Friday or Saturday night. The best of the bunch were bad sci-fi and horror films. Well this one still brings back memories of my youth. The movie is about a young guy who picks up a funky medallion and a ray gun. Then one day he goes berserk and runs amok blasting everything in sight. A sub-plot of the movie is about a couple of creepy looking aliens who speak a dialect that sounds like space-mandarin. The duo spend most of the movie's running time trying to find their lost toy. What will happen to the boy? Will the cheesy looking aliens find their little gizmo? To find out you'll have to watch LASERBLAST!!! The F/X, budget and acting is pure 70's cheese and I like it! and so will you!
Recommended for a slow night. Watch it with some friends for total satisfaction!
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